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Leading the Way with Kindness

Theme: Leading the Way with Kindness “Be kind whenever possible.  It is always possible.” –Dalai Lama The biggest assets a community can have are its strong leaders.  People who can be counted on to do the right thing and get jobs done efficiently and sufficiently enough to meet high standards.  However, those leaders also must  be the ones who possess empathy for those who need extra attention or understanding, compassion for those who are in need, respect… Read More »

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HOPE

HOPE is Ridge View’s annual spring project that is geared towards helping other countries in need. HOPE is an acronym for Helping Obtain Peace Everywhere. Each year, we pick a different country to raise money for. Last year, we chose the country of Malawi, located in Africa. Every year, we host an Awareness Walk for HOPE where participants walk 3.5 miles to help us reach out to the community. Last year, we had over 200 participants in our Walk. We also have a new project that we started… Read More »

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Hike for a Cure

At QSI International School of Shenzhen we are raising cancer awareness.  One of our wonderful teachers was diagnosed with breast cancer in December.  She is currently fighting the battle.  As a chapter of the National Junior Honor Society we wanted to do something to make a difference and at the same time support this brave teacher, role model and friend.  We began a fundraising campaign, taking pledges for students that would hike up a mountain in our "Hike for a Cure"… Read More »

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National Principals Month
Washington, DC, October 1 - October 31

October is National Principals Month, and NASSP honors the hard work and dedication of America’s principals all month long. National Principals Month is your opportunity to say “thank you” to principals everywhere and to share with the community all the great things that principals do.

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LEAD Conference: Phoenix, AZ
Tempe, AZ, November 13 - November 15

Leadership Experience and Development (LEAD) conferences offer students and advisers exciting opportunities to develop their skills and grow as leaders. Learn more about LEAD conferences.

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LEAD Conference: Washington, DC
Arlington, VA, January 29 - January 31

Leadership Experience and Development (LEAD) conferences offer students and advisers exciting opportunities to develop their skills and grow as leaders. Learn more about LEAD conferences.

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Chapters in the Spotlight

Epic Charter Schools
Oklahoma City, OK

Operation Gratitude. Using guidance from the national Operation Gratitude website, NHS members from Epic Charter School in Oklahoma City, OK, took a day to write nearly 60 letters to military personnel serving overseas.

Milton Area School District
Milton, PA

Community Welcome Buckets. The chapter at Milton Area High School, in Milton, PA, helped welcome new residents to their community by distributing buckets with welcome gifts. The project aimed to ensure support for schools from the whole community. They were also featured in the local paper!

Benson High School
Portland, OR

Friends of Tree Planting. Chapter members from Benson High School in Portland, OR, joined with a local community group to plant trees and beautify their community.

Brookfield Central High School
Brookfield, WI

Pen Pals to the Rescue. Read about Brookfield Central High School’s pen pal program featuring NHS members in Brookfield, WI, who linked up with English language learners at local elementary schools.